Community dinner returns to Delhi

Fourth annual Delhi dish-to-pass to be held on Courthouse Square


Delhi’s community harvest dinner, known as “The Delhi Dish-to-Pass,” returns for a fourth year Sunday, Sept. 24 from 4 - 7 p.m. on Courthouse Square in Delhi. The inaugural event in 2019 drew over 90 people from the community for a convivial evening of food and music. If there is rain, the event will happen in the United Ministry Church on the Square.   

The vision is simply to gather as many as possible to share a meal at one table, said Ian Lamont, an organizer and Delhi  resident. No program, no agenda, no fundraising. Just a meal with neighbors.

Inspired by a similar event in Cooperstown, the Delhi dish-to-pass is free and open to all. One long table will be set up on the Courthouse Square. Attendees are encouraged to bring food to share and their own table settings.

The Stoddard Hollow String Band will again provide lively musical entertainment. Updates and more information can be found on The Delhi Dish to Pass Facebook page.